still lottsa work in home remodels/ flipping, we have Lottsa work lined up, thank god
I was delivering pizza back in 1999 as one of my first jobs, and I remember gas being in the 95-99cent range. Then when Bush took office in 2000 it suddenly jumped up to $2.50 a gallon. Not a political statement, just one of fact.Saw somewhere online, I think it was Kentucky, they hit 99 cents a gallon. I've seen that once in my lifetime in California, think it was 1999
I had stopped smoking for most of our pregnancy (think I smoked like twice towards the end) and my wife won't smoke again until she stops breast feeding, but she said that's the first thing she plans to do as soon as she stops lolThey're on the medical essential lists.
I wasn't "ranting". I find that a complete waste of time. Not that I think you are "ignorant", but since I began working in the oil and gas industry I have learned a lot that I did not know before hand.I’m talking about nationwide but thanks for your rant. And one purpose of a tax is to curb the use of harmful products, like the tobacco tax which provides tax revenue. Enacting a tax tied to the sale of products known to be harmful is nothing new. So “y’all” can calm down and enjoy gasoline and diesel while you can.
Normally yes, but since no one listens or cares or both, I've given up. Old folks have tough enough time trying to figure out a smart phone let alone trying to figure out forum etiquette.This is typically when pit B puts everyone in check and take their **** to purple
Yeah when I was stationed in Oceanside I remember there being a pretty massive spread on gas prices depending on where it was at. Here in Ventura they are always pretty high across the board. We have some gas stations that use local oil but they are so packed usually that you have to have a lot of patience. Patience isn’t something I was blessed with.I've seen $2.59 here in Oceanside, CA. Then down the street other gas stations are over $3 still.
Yeah. Thousand Oaks has higher gas prices than Ventura, Oxnard and pretty much everywhere else in Ventura County. The income is higher. Like going on a Sunday drive to Malibu. They’ll easily be a dollar more than everywhere else.Same for Lompoc v. SB/Goleta. About a $0.60 difference, sometimes more.
Oxnard is the butthole of Ventura County. I’m not and have never been a surfer but all that stuff probably happens all over The Ventura County coast. Cliquey surf bros all over.do non locals still get whacked in the line up in Oxnard?(& there tires slashed, leashes cut,ect ect )